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  1. ClintonLee83
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I had a bunch of blog posts, then deleted them so I know the theme and plugins aren't the problem. I made a few changes to the site's appearance. I created 2 new posts and published them tonight but when I go to my website, there are no posts on the "Blog" page or on the homepage under "Latest from the blog"

    Here's the website: http://www.clintsmoneybox.com

    I'm stumped, I've searched pages and pages on this forum but nothing has helped.

    I have set the blog page to the correct template (tpl-blog.php),
    I have set the Reading settings to:

    Front page displays

    A static page (select below)

    Front page: Home
    Posts page: -Select-

    Blog pages show at most 5 posts
    (when i change the "Post Page:" from "-Select-" to "Blog" then when I go to the blog page when viewing my site, it has the home page background with one blog post in the content area, so I left it as -Select- which worked fine before I deleted the original posts)

    Here is my tpl-blog.php code: http://codeviewer.org/view/code:237c

    Thank you for your help!

    - Clint

  2. ClintonLee83
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    **Update**

    I restored the old posts out of the trash, they are appearing just fine on my blog. Its only the new posts that I have created tonight that are not showing up on the blog.

    I did copy this wordpress site from another folder within the same home directory in the FTP along with all the posts that I threw away (and which I just restored).

    The wp-content is still coming from the old blog directory folder, I had trouble figuring out how to get this wordpress blog to look for the wp-content inside its own (new) folder rather than the old folder from the old blog.

    Maybe this has something to do with the posts not showing up?? I'm not a wordpress wizz here :P

    Thanks guys!

    - Clint

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